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Earn unlimited CME at the point of care!

 

Physicians with an Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine subscription can now earn AMA PRA Category 1™ credit while getting the most up to date information on diagnoses, treatment, and prevention, all while working directly with patients. This resource gives you the ability to earn CME by applying the latest clinical methods directly into your practice, leading to higher quality care and improved outcomes. 

REQUIRES ACTIVE SUBSCRIPTION TO THE EMERGENCY MEDICINE AND/OR PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE SUITE.

Fast, easy, and convenient.

Simply search for information on diseases, diagnoses, or treatments and when you’re ready to earn CME credits, click the CME tab, locate the topic you’d like to document for CME, and click “Earn Credit.”

 

Three of the most trusted names in emergency medicine.

PEPID CME is accredited by the American College of Emergency Physicians and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine to offer AMA PRA Category 1™ credit with unlimited earning potential. Every time you use PEPID’s evidence-based content, the topics you view are automatically marked for potential CME, saving you time and providing you with a convenient and trusted way to earn CME.

Add CME to Your Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Suite

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$0.50 a day!

2-YEAR

$0.50 a day!

3-YEAR

$0.50 a day!

Continuing Medical Education,  1-Year

Any Device or Online (Connect) with Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Suite

$14.08 /month – billed every year

 

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Continuing Medical Education,  2-Year

Any Device or Online (Connect) with Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Suite

$14.08 /month – billed every 2 years

 

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Continuing Medical Education,  3-Year

Any Device or Online (Connect) with Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Suite

$14.08 /month – billed every 3 years

 

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PEPID CME FAQ

Read the answers to commonly asked CME questions below. ACEP & AAEM specific CME questions follow this general PEPID CME FAQ. 

Log In | Register Your CME

Start earning your CME by logging into your CME account here.

1. Sign in with your PEPID ID and Password.

2. Choose ACEP  or AAEM as your Accrediting body.

3. Start using your PEPID subscription

What are the PEPID CME requirements
  • You must have a subscription to PEPID Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
  • You must have an ACEP CME account OR AAEM membership.
  • You must be using one of the following devices:
              • iPhone version 4.1.4 or later
              • iPad version 1.5.0 or later
              • Android version 28.3.1 or later
              • PEPID Connect
Do I need a subscription to PEPID Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine to use PEPID CME?

Yes. PEPID CME is a companion product inside PEPID’s Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Suites only. Using these products, you actually earn continuing education credits at the point of care. Simply use one of these suites as a clinical support tool and earn CME credits during your everyday workflow.

How do I enable CME on iPhone?

iPhone App: PEPID CME on the iPhone is only available through PEPID® for iPhone version 4.1.4 or later. Click here to be directed to the PEPID® iPhone app in iTunes. To access CME from within the PEPID® iPhone app, simply tap on the “CME” tile on your suite’s main home screen.

To automatically enable CME usage tracking on the PEPID® iPhone app, choose “YES” when prompted after your suite is finished downloading.

To disable or enable CME usage tracking at any time, tap on the PEPID button in the top right corner of your suite’s main home screen. You will be asked to exit the product. Choose “Yes,” and you will be taken to the “My PEPID” screen. Choose the “Settings” tile, and select “CME Usage Settings.” Here, you can toggle usage tracking.

 

How do I enable CME on iPad?

PEPID CME on the iPad is only available through PEPID for iPad version 1.5.0 or later. Click here to be directed to the PEPID for iPad app in iTunes. To access CME on the PEPID iPad app, tap on the “+” in the top right corner of your screen, and choose “EARN CME” from the list.

To automatically enable CME usage tracking on the PEPID iPad app, choose “YES” when prompted after your suite is finished downloading.

To disable or enable CME usage tracking at any time, tap on the PEPID logo in the top left corner of your suite’s main screen. From the welcome screen, tap on “Settings,” where you will be able to toggle CME usage tracking.

How do I enable CME on Android?

 

Android: CME on Android is only available through PEPID for Android version 28.3.1 or later. Click here to be directed to the PEPID Android app within the Google Play Store.


To access CME on the PEPID Android app, simply tap on the CME button in the table of contents on your home screen. Choose “Earn CME” from the list.

To automatically enable CME usage tracking on the PEPID Android app, choose “YES” when prompted after your suite is finished downloading.

To disable or enable CME usage tracking at any time, tap on the PEPID icon (located in the top right corner of your screen) until you are in the “My PEPID” screen. Scroll to the bottom of your suites and choose “Settings.” Here, you can toggle usage tracking.

 

Can hospitals with institutional PEPID access have their emergency doctors earn CME credits?

Yes, please contact Sales for more details:

sales@pepid.com
1-888-321-7828 x251

ACEP CME FAQ

How is PEPID certified to offer ACEP CME credits to emergency physicians?

As of May 2015, PEPID is certified by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), which currently allows us to offer CME credit only to users of our Emergency Medicine Suite or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Suite.

Do I have to be a member of ACEP to earn ACEP CME credits?

No, you do not have to be a member; you can sign up for an ACEP eCME account for free to earn and track your PEPID ACEP CME credits.

How do I subscribe to PEPID ACEP CME?

To use PEPID’s ACEP Continuing Medical Education add-on, you must be subscribed to ACEP CME through PEPID and have a subscription to PEPID Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine. You also need to have or obtain a complimentary account with ACEP eCME. ACEP membership is not required.

To subscribe to PEPID ACEP CME, please click here.

How do I link my ACEP ID to my PEPID ACEP CME account?

You will be prompted to connect your ACEP account after the initial login to PEPID ACEP CME. Just follow the steps on screen. You cannot access the CME site until this step has been completed.

How do earn ACEP CME credits?

Earning ACEP CME credits is really simple with PEPID. As you search for topics, you can earn credit by clicking the CME tab directly from within PEPID Emergency Medicine Suite. From there, just answer the following three questions:

     1. What did you search for?
     2. How did you apply it?
     3. Did the information meet your objectives?

Once you’re done, click “Earn Credit,” and your credits are directly uploaded to ACEP eCME. Each topic submitted is eligible for 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1™ credit(s).

How do I claim and print my ACEP CME credits?

Managing ACEP CME credits can be done by logging into your ACEP eCME account.

Claiming Credits: From the “Claim CME” tab, select the topic, enter the number of hours claimed, and click “Add to Transcript.”

Printing Credits: From the “CME Transcript” tab, click the print icon next to the topic to print your certificate.

Can Canadian doctors earn ACEP CME credits using PEPID?

Our CME accreditation is for the U.S. standards, not Canadian or international. It would apply to any emergency physician in the United States. You are not required to be a member of ACEP to earn CME credits with PEPID ACEP CME.

AAEM CME FAQ

How is PEPID certified to offer AAEM CME credits to Emergency physicians?

As of May 2016, PEPID is certified by the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM), which currently allows us to offer AAEM CME credit only to users of our Emergency Medicine Suite or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Suite.

Do I have to be a member of AAEM to earn AAEM CME credits?

In order to earn AAEM CME credits you must be a current member of AAEM.

How do I subscribe to PEPID AAEM CME?

To use PEPID’s AAEM Continuing Medical Education add-on, you must be subscribed to AAEM CME through PEPID and have a subscription to PEPID Emergency Medicine or Pediatric Emergency Medicine. You also need to be a current member of AAEM in order to earn AAEM CME credits.

To subscribe to PEPID AAEM CME, please click here.

How do earn AAEM CME credits?

Earning AAEM CME credits is really simple with PEPID. As you search for topics, just click the “Earn CME” tab directly from within PEPID Emergency Medicine Suite. 

From the list of recently viewed topics, select a topic by clicking “Earn Credit” in the right column.

From there, just answer the following questions:
     1. What did you search for?
     2. How did you apply it?
     3. Did the information meet your objectives?
     4. Describe how the information met your objectives.

How do I print my AAEM CME credits?

In the upper right, click on “Print Certificates” then select the ones that you wish to submit for credit, or choose to print all certificates.

Can Canadian doctors earn AAEM CME credits using PEPID?

Our CME accreditation is for the U.S. standards, not Canadian or international. It would apply to any emergency physician in the United States. You are required to be a current member of AAEM in order to earn AAEM CME credits with PEPID AAEM CME.